Our latest paper has been published in Geophysical Research Letters:
Slater L., Villarini G., Archfield S., Faulkner, D., Lamb R., Khouakhi A., Yin J.,
Global Changes in 20-year, 50-year and 100-year River Floods, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2020GL091824
Timo Kelder’s new paper, which develops a new approach for detection of
UNSEEN trends in environmental extremes, has been published:
Kelder, T., Müller, M.,
Slater, L., Marjoribanks, T, Wilby, R., Prudhomme, C., Bohlinger, P., Ferranti, L., Nipen, T. (2020), Using UNSEEN trends to detect decadal changes in 100-year precipitation extremes, npj Climate and Atmospheric Science
Two new papers in the last month:
Courty, L., Wilby, R., Hillier, J., Slater, L.J. (2019) Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves at the global scale, Environmental Research Letters, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab370a
Khouakhi, A., Villarini, G., Zhang, W., Slater, L.J. (2019) Seasonal predictability of high sea level frequency from Nino3.4 along the U.S. West coast , Advances in Water Resources. doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2019.07.007
Our paper: Berghuijs, W., Harrigan, S., Molnar, P., Slater, L., Kirchner, J.,
, has just been accepted in The relative importance of different flood-generating mechanisms across Europe Water Resources Research (doi: 10.1029/2019WR024841)
Contact us via ResearchGate (
here) for further details or if you would like a copy.
Pleased to report that our paper,
Lutz, S., Popp, A., van Emmerik, T., Gleeson, T., Kalaugher, L., Möbius, K., Mudde, T., Walton, B., Hut, R., Savenije, H., Slater, L.J., Solcerova, A., Stoof, C., and Zink, M.,
Science in today’s media landscape – challenges and lessons from hydrologists and journalists.
has just been accepted in
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences and can be downloaded here: https://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci-discuss.net/hess-2018-13/
Pleased to say that our paper has just been accepted in
Geophysical Research Letters.
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G. ( 2018) Enhancing the predictability of seasonal streamflow with a statistical dynamical approach. doi:10.1029/2018GL077945
Key words: Seasonal forecasting, Streamflow, NMME, Precipitation, Temperature, Land cover.
Our paper has just been accepted in Journal of Climate (American Meteorological Society)!
Zhang, W., Villarini, G.,
Slater, L., Vecchi, G.A., Bradley, A.A. ( 2017), Improved ENSO Forecasting using Bayesian Updating and the North American Multi Model Ensemble (NMME), Journal of Climate
Our paper titled ‘
Weighting of NMME temperature and precipitation forecasts across Europe‘ has just been accepted in Journal of Hydrology
It is open-access
here until Sept 12th!
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G., Bradley, A.A. ( 2017) Weighting of NMME temperature and precipitation forecasts across Europe, Journal of Hydrology,
Our paper on
dynamical statistical forecasting of seasonal streamflow has just been published in Climate Dynamics!
See the paper
here and the associated EGU poster here.
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G., Bradley, A., Vecchi G. (in press) A dynamical statistical framework for seasonal streamflow forecasting in an agricultural watershed, Climate Dynamics. doi:10.1007/s00382-017-3794-7
Earth Surface Dynamics:
Clubb et al. Geomorphometric delineation of floodplains and terraces from objectively defined topographic thresholds
New paper in
Geophysical Research Letters on Recent trends in US flood risk
On Fri. 18 December 2015, 13:40 – 18:00, I will present a “Diagnosis of North American Multi-Model Ensemble (NMME) skill for predicting floods and droughts over the continental USA” at the
American Geophysical Union Fall meeting (session H53A).
The poster can be downloaded from ResearchGate
Our paper titled
Hydrologic versus geomorphic drivers of flood hazard – which separates and quantifies the effects of trends in streamflow and trends in channel capacity on flood hazards – has just been published in . The detailed methods can be found in the Geophysical Research Letters supplementary materials. An article was recently released on this work on the Flooding and Coastal Erosion Risk management network (FCERM.net).